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  • Title: October 30, 2000 - "Twenty Questions Questions"
  • Author: By Martin Ashwood-Smith
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  • Title: THE WHOLE SHEBANG
  • Author: By Richard Hughes
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  • Title: Monday, September 15, 2003
  • Author: Charles B. Slack / Rich Norris
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A1. Immunize ~ VACCINATE
A1. Lip ~ SASS
A1. Potato ~ SPUD
A10. Essay subject ~ TOPIC
A5. Dry ~ ARID
A5. Lose ~ MISLAY
A15. Came into ~ INHERITED
A9. Plus ~ ASSET
A11. Sailor's distress signal ~ SOS
A16. Mute Marx ~ HARPO
A14. Observe carefully ~ NOTE
A14. Tree with needles ~ PINE
A17. Attractive quality ~ ANIMALMAGNETISM
A15. 1964 British Open winner ~ LEMA
A15. Response to "Where are you?," maybe ~ INHERE
A19. Crow's-feet ~ LINES
A16. Country estate ~ VILLA
A16. Self-importance ~ EGO
A20. "___ out!" ~ YER
A17. Attraction of a sort ~ ANIMALMAGNETISM
A17. Wildlife refuge ~ ANIMALSANCTUARY
A21. Runner Sebastian ~ COE
A20. Fraught with danger ~ PERILOUS
A20. Malt brew ~ STOUT
A22. Actor Penn ~ SEAN
A21. Joins ~ UNITES
A21. Nincompoop ~ TWIT
A23. Tiger's org. ~ PGA
A22. Fleur de ___ ~ LYS
A22. Guilty, for one ~ PLEA
A26. Use a hanky ~ WIPE
A23. Shock ~ STUN
A23. "Some Like It Hot" actress Marilyn ~ MONROE
A28. Eye drops? ~ TEARS
A24. Beliefs ~ CREDOS
A25. Imbiber's little drinks ~ NIPS
A30. ___ Sam (Froot Loops spokesbird) ~ TOUCAN
A28. Marcel Marceau, e.g. ~ MIME
A27. Alka-Seltzer sound ~ PLOP
A33. Cry to the matador ~ OLE
A29. "Mayberry ___" ~ RFD
A30. Orange's family ~ CITRUS
A36. They give the inside picture ~ XRAYS
A32. Run with one's mouth open? ~ AEIOU
A34. Distant ~ AFAR
A38. Treasure ___ ~ TROVE
A33. Assistant ~ AIDE
A38. Spring bloom ~ IRIS
A39. Carrot patch, e.g. ~ VEGETABLEGARDEN
A34. Pate de ___ gras ~ FOIE
A40. Bring about ~ CAUSE
A42. Ventriloquist Bergen ~ EDGAR
A35. WWII phenomenon ~ VEGETABLEGARDEN
A41. Tomato plant site ~ VEGETABLEGARDEN
A43. Singer Yma from Peru ~ SUMAC
A38. Currier's partner ~ IVES
A44. Boot-shaped country ~ ITALY
A44. Suffix with Senegal ~ ESE
A39. Surfing hangers? ~ TOES
A45. Skyrocket ~ SOAR
A45. Bird of prey ~ RAPTOR
A40. Depict ~ PAINT
A46. Assay ~ TEST
A47. Fly catchers ~ MITTS
A41. Author Deighton ~ LEN
A47. High-ranking angel ~ SERAPH
A49. Etna output ~ LAVA
A42. Money machines? ~ ATMS
A49. Russian ruler of yore ~ TSAR
A50. U-turn from NNW ~ SSE
A43. Gadzooks! ~ ZOUNDS
A51. Mope ~ POUT
A51. Hearty companion? ~ HALE
A44. Smooth ~ GLIB
A53. Deprive of wind, as a sailboat ~ BECALM
A55. Ems or Baden-Baden ~ SPA
A45. Lubricant ~ OIL
A58. Significant time periods ~ ERAS
A57. Ambient music composer Brian ~ ENO
A46. Without scruples ~ AMORAL
A61. Earth inheritors, with "the" ~ MEEK
A59. Head lights? ~ HALOS
A49. Frequent companion of mom? ~ APPLEPIE
A64. Beneficiary ~ DONEE
A60. Ore sources ~ MINERALDEPOSITS
A54. Gold and silver ~ MINERALDEPOSITS
A65. Miners' finds ~ MINERALDEPOSITS
A65. Schubert wrote one in F major ~ OCTET
A56. Col. Hannibal Smith, and friends ~ ATEAM
A68. Freezer cubes ~ ICE
A66. Ravage ~ DEVASTATE
A57. Mad ~ SORE
A69. Connected to the Internet ~ ONLINE
A67. Oxygen and nitrogen ~ GASES
A58. HS practice exam ~ PSAT
A70. Like takeout orders ~ TOGO
A68. Be persuaded ~ SEEREASON
A59. Puts in place ~ SEATS
A71. Spreadsheet line ~ ROW
D1. Laboratory containers ~ VIALS
A60. Russian emperor ~ TSAR
A72. Give as a gift ~ BESTOW
D2. Daddy Warbucks' ward ~ ANNIE
A61. Bulldogs' home ~ YALE
A73. Soon, to the bard ~ ANON
D3. Crockery ~ CHINA
D1. Lose control ~ SNAP
D1. More than a twitch ~ SPASM
D4. Glue ~ CEMENT
D2. Topnotch ~ AONE
D2. Old Ford model ~ PINTO
D5. Levin and Gershwin ~ IRAS
D3. Budge ~ STIR
D3. Workers' group ~ UNION
D6. It's nothing ~ NIL
D4. Turnpike regular ~ SEMI
D4. Take exception ~ DEMUR
D7. Cash dispenser, briefly ~ ATM
D5. Brass and bronze ~ ALLOYS
D5. Wire measure ~ MIL
D8. Leaves in the bag ~ TEA
D6. Romulus' twin ~ REMUS
D6. Part of M.I.T.: Abbr. ~ INST
D9. Tense ~ EDGY
D7. "___ corny as Kansas in August" ~ IMAS
D7. "Major Barbara" playwright ~ SHAW
D10. It may be read in times of unrest ~ THERIOTACT
D8. ___ Hammarskjold ~ DAG
D8. Bolshevik leader ~ LENIN
D11. Feedbag morsel ~ OAT
D9. Boulevard ~ AVENUE
D9. Polar region with a "circle" ~ ARCTIC
D12. Cost indicator, of a kind ~ PRICECODE
D10. Protester's device ~ SITIN
D10. Nevertheless ~ YET
D13. ___ facto ~ IPSO
D11. Narrow opening ~ SLIT
D11. Circus clapper ~ SEAL
D14. Show up ~ COME
D12. Otherwise ~ ELSE
D12. Fabled beast ~ OGRE
D18. Pond denizen ~ NEWT
D13. Scottish caps ~ TAMS
D13. Tofu source ~ SOYA
D23. Prefix with legal ~ PARA
D18. 110% ~ ALLOUT
D18. Lying on ~ ATOP
D24. Snatches ~ GRABS
D19. Eggnog topper ~ NUTMEG
D19. Presumptuous success story ~ UPSTART
D25. Refuges ~ ASYLUMS
D23. These are taken in an argument ~ SIDES
D24. Director Kazan ~ ELIA
D27. Contented sound ~ PURR
D24. Trivial objection ~ CAVIL
D26. Type size ~ PICA
D29. Outgoing people ~ EXTROVERTS
D25. Superman portrayer ~ REEVE
D28. Eyes, poetically ~ ORBS
D31. St. intersectors ~ AVES
D26. 1967 chemistry Nobelist Manfred ___ ~ EIGEN
D29. Plane flier ~ PILOT
D32. Hawaii's state bird ~ NENE
D27. Accomplishes ~ DOES
D31. Brusque ~ RUDE
D33. Finished ~ OVER
D28. ___ Standish ~ MILES
D32. Applications ~ USES
D34. "___ and the Swan" (Yeats poem) ~ LEDA
D29. "The Kiss" sculptor ~ RODIN
D33. Put in the mail ~ SENT
D35. They're called aubergines in England ~ EGGPLANTS
D30. Ogre ~ FIEND
D34. "We try harder" company ~ AVIS
D37. Big rigs ~ SEMIS
D31. Fender blemishes ~ DENTS
D35. Big celebration ~ FETE
D40. "I could ___ horse!" ~ EATA
D33. WWII weapon ~ ABOMB
D36. Culture gelatin ~ AGAR
D41. Suffix with Water or Iran ~ GATE
D34. Mrs., in Mannheim ~ FRAU
D37. Slip back, as into illness ~ RELAPSE
D46. ___ temperature (ailed) ~ RANA
D36. Scourge of God ~ ATTILA
D39. Black and Baltic ~ SEAS
D48. California peak ~ SHASTA
D37. Artemis' twin ~ APOLLO
D42. Proofreader's find ~ TYPO
D52. Assumed name ~ ALIAS
D42. Frightens ~ ALARMS
D43. Seize suddenly ~ GRAB
D53. Millionaire maker ~ LOTTO
D43. Type of fastener ~ ZIPPER
D48. Compassionate ~ HUMANE
D54. Ruhr city ~ ESSEN
D44. Wonderful ~ GREAT
D50. Change the decor of ~ REDO
D55. Big city problem ~ SMOG
D45. "Ernani", e.g. ~ OPERA
D52. Squeals, so to speak ~ TELLS
D56. 12-point type size ~ PICA
D46. Latin I word ~ AMAS
D54. __ Rica ~ COSTA
D58. Ransom Eli ___ ~ OLDS
D47. Small contribution ~ MITE
D55. Negatively charged atom ~ ANION
D59. It may go to blazes ~ HOSE
D48. Draft classification ~ ONEA
D56. "Release me!" ~ LETGO
D61. Shoe width for crossword puzzlers? ~ EEE
D49. Commotions ~ ADOS
D57. Elementary particle ~ MESON
D62. Jolly miller's river ~ DEE
D50. Spot ~ ESPY
D58. Arab bigwig ~ EMIR
D63. Actress Arden of "Our Miss Brooks" ~ EVE
D51. City in 52 Down ~ PISA
D59. Puerto __ ~ RICO
D64. Links statistic ~ PAR
D52. Eur. country ~ ITAL
D60. Over again ~ ANEW

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